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Infectious Organisms

Originally comprising three MC’s referred to as Maximus, Gaia, and Sadyesi, Infectious Organisms began their fusion of jazz, funk, and hip-hop in 1996 with their musical backers Who and Kalongi. Using the afterwards two departing in 1997 to create Tribe of Judah, Microorganisms’ debut one “No Feeling” b/w “A Spontaneous Combustion” arrived, using the Omega Task EP eventually pursuing that same calendar year, following the recruitment of Dave Sunderland (bass), Rudy Lopez (keyboards), Will (drum), and Brooke (electric guitar). Following discharge of Infectious Microorganisms’ 1999 self-titled debut full-length, Gaia shortly left the music group to peruse personal goals.

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